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Dos & Don'ts When Caring for Travertine
Posted by Stone Care Experts | August 24, 2018

Even though travertine has the historic distinction of having been used extensively by builders during the Roman Empire, this type of natural stone is not commonly found in American households, at least not when compared to marble or granite. Travertine is essentially a type of limestone the Romans heavily extracted from quarries located in the...

Natural Stone Maintain Luster
Posted by Stone Care Experts | June 20, 2018

The shiny and polished look of natural-stone surfaces is made possible by three factors: finishing, cleaning, and sealing. When natural-stone tiles and slabs are extracted from quarries, they go through a fabrication process intended to make them look as regal as possible. The finishing stage of natural-stone fabrication can result in various styles. The polished…

Care for Marble Counters
Posted by Stone Care Experts | May 25, 2018

Marble may be a timeless stone in terms of interior decoration and aesthetics, but this does not make it an eternal construction material. If this was the case, quite a few ruins from ancient Greece and Rome would still be around and in better shape. Even though marble is durable, the metamorphic nature of this…

Granite in an RV
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 26, 2018

Introducing natural stone such as granite to motorhomes is a great alternative to the materials traditionally used in the manufacturing and remodeling of these vehicles. Most options in the market these days are synthetic materials such as polyester carpeting, ceramic, laminate, and vinyl tiles. However, some high-end RV makers such as Prevost were known to…

Difference Between Staining and Etching
Posted by Stone Care Experts | January 19, 2018

Etching and staining are two common forms of damage to natural stone that can occur at the same time if the stone is not properly sealed. Depending on the type of liquid spilled on your countertops, it may leave a visible stain, or it may cause a chemical reaction called etching. When your stone develops…

Winter Design Natural Stones
Posted by Stone Care Experts | November 24, 2017

Stone countertops can add an element of character and an artsy feel to a living space. Whether you choose limestone, travertine, granite, or another type of natural stone to embellish your floors or countertops, it will stand out from ordinary tile and other alternatives. Winter is an interesting season to have stone floors or countertops…

Granite Countertops Are Better
Posted by Stone Care Experts | November 22, 2017

Ceramic tile and granite are both popular options for flooring, shower surrounds, and even countertops. While both offer many options for customization, there are several ways granite comes out ahead. Granite is a versatile, beautiful, and long-lasting material that can complement any décor. Here’s why granite is a better choice for your home than ceramic…

How to Incorporate & Use Stone in Your Fireplace
Posted by Stone Care Experts | November 10, 2017

Most fireplaces and hearths are made from brick, which can become unsightly after years of cracks, chips, and paint. Incorporating natural stone can restore the glory to your fireplace and make it the centerpiece it should be. Using natural stone also means an end to repainting the fireplace with beauty that lasts a lifetime. The…

Interesting Details About Slate
Posted by Stone Care Experts | November 8, 2017

When most people think of stone countertops or showers, they likely think of marble or granite. However, there are more than a dozen popular types of natural stone that can be used for everything from shower enclosures to flooring. One option you may be overlooking is slate. This beautiful stone boasts a unique appearance and…